12468RE: [MPD-5D] January's Report: DC Guardian Angels.
- Feb 1 6:14 AMDebbie,
You're welcome. We will have patrols back on the MBT this spring and are looking for people to come out and ride with us. We had a great time with the residents from 5D that came out twice a week to help make the trail a safer place for activities. We also enjoy our walks with the Hanover/Bates residents at First & O street, NW on Thursday evening. The residents there are fantastic.
John [Unique] Ayala
DC Chapter Leader/East Coast Director
Alliance of Guardian Angels
1425 K Street NW Suite 350
Washington, DC 20005
On Jan 31, 2012 4:14 PM, "Debbie Loftin" <deloftin@...> wrote:
> I just wanted to take the time to thank you for all you do. I'm fairly
> new to the area, but have been quite impressed with your work. Your
> organization is amazing, and DC is lucky to have you there to support our
> MPD officers, citizens, and youth. Thank you!!!
> From: dcguardianangels@...
> Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2012 11:12:18 -0500
> Subject: [MPD-5D] January's Report: DC Guardian Angels.
> *Community Patrols MPD 4D*
> We have partnered up with MPD 4D. We will have Guardian Angels foot patrol
> in a few areas around the Petworth Metro Station. The goal is for the
> Angel patrols is to be a deterrent and to report any crime we see to the
> police and any quality of life issues to DC Government Services. We will
> also be talking to youth in the area that are 16 years old and up about
> joining our team and donating their time and energy to help protect the
> community by making young people part of the solution, rather than casting
> them as part of the problem, The Guardian Angels empowers youth to take
> pride in their communities and contribute to the safety of their
> *Metro Trains *
> The Guardian Angels provided 126 hours of patrol on the DC metro. Most of
> our patrols are on the Green Line train from Gallery Place to Congress
> Heights. We also patrol the Anacosita, Congress Heights, L'Enfant Plaza
> and Gallery place platforms. When we are on the trains, we come across many
> youth that have too much energy and, sometimes, we just ride with them
> they leave the metro. This helps deter fights and crime. Many riders thank
> us for patrolling the trains. We will try our best to keep patrols on the
> train as much as we can. I can be difficult, because the Guardian
> Angels have to pay fares to patrol to help keep the riders feeling safe. On
> January 3rd, the Guardian Angels were in the Anacosita Metro station when a
> report came out that a male was fighting his girlfriend. The Guardian
> Angels and Metro police went to the platform, saw the suspect and female
> victim. The police detained the suspect and Guardian Angels help secure
> the area until more metro police arrived.
> *Events MPD 7D*
> The DC Guardian Angels Help plan, organize and participated in the Martin
> Luther King, Jr parade. We had a wonderful time. This was a very big parade
> and the Guardian Angels are happy we were a part of the event.
> *Free Self Defense Training*
> The Guardian Angels are in need of new members. If you are above the age
> of 15 and can patrol 4 hours a week after school, work or weekends and
> enjoy getting involved in community events come join us. We will provide
> you with free self defense training and some street smarts.
> Volunteer Community Hours provided in DC this month
> Metro Patrols - 126
> Community Foot Patrols - 76
> Community Events - 60
> John "Unique King" Ayala
> DC Chapter Leader/East Coast Director
> Alliance Of Guardian Angels/DC Chapter
> 1425 K Street, NW Suite 350
> Washington, DC 20005
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